Blogger: Larry Cannell
For those of you interested in open source software (especially that of the communication, collaboration, and content management variety) I am pleased to say that I will be hosting this week’s Burton Group telebriefings, taking place tomorrow (Tuesday) and Wednesday. The title is “Open Source Communication, Collaboration, and Content Management: Cutting-Edge Innovation, Low-Cost Imitation, or Both?” Here is the brief description of the telebriefing that was sent to Burton Group customers:
Open source software is moving up the enterprise stack to provide communication, collaboration, and content management (3C) solutions. Among several factors, the combination of well-executed open source projects and inexpensive Internet services is fueling the development of cutting-edge and low-cost solutions that are scalable and robust, and which operate websites and services used by millions on the Internet. In this Burton Group TeleBriefing, Senior Analyst Larry Cannell provides insight into what is driving the development of open source 3C and how enterprises should approach its use.
I plan on having plenty of examples of open source 3C and look forward to answering your questions and hearing your feedback. If you haven’t signed up yet there is still time. Just fill out the form here.